The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Financial Markets has announced the appointments of James Chapman and Mike Srba to the Credit Trading team, part of the bank’s Capital Markets business. Chapman, who will join Sterling Credit Trading, will report to Stewart Booth, Head of Credit Trading, RBS Financial Markets and will focus on the consumer, industrial and utilities sectors. Mike Srba will join the Investment Grade Corporate trading team, focusing on the utilities sector and will report to David Brett, Head of Investment Grade Corporate Trading. Both Chapman and Srba are joining RBS from RBC Capital Markets, where they have worked for the last five and two years respectively and where they fulfilled similar roles to those they will have at RBS.
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